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it again and can't stand barack obama or anyone he nominates. in a way john mccain made the surge into the war as john mccain would have fought it as commander in chief and anyone who questions it gets the wrath of mccain. i watched that part of the hearing with colonel jack jacobs and patrick murphy, the former pennsylvania congressman who served in iraq. both of them were at the bottom of the pile as he called it. you just view war differently. but the lesson that these two men took from vietnam are so different. hagel took the questioning, the same as patrick murphy did, fielded lied to. >> here's lindsey graham. badgering hagel. badgering is the word for it. whether the iranian revolutionary guard should be termed a terroristic organization. i think this is aimed directly at south carolina's right wing. let's listen. >> if there was a vote on the floor of the senate this afternoon to label the iranian revolutionary guard, the people who have killed our soldiers in iraq, some of the most vicious people to the people of iran themselves, if there were a vote tomorrow or this afte
couldn't stand barack obama and can't stand anyone that barack obama nominates. and the surge was something that was his. i think that almost in a way john mccain made the surge into the war as john mccain would have fought it as commander-in-chief. and anyone who questions it gets the wrath of mccain. and i watched that hearing, that part of the hearing with colonel jack jacobs and pat murphy, the governor of pennsylvania who served in iraq. and both of those guys were at the bottom of the pile. and you view war differently. but the lesson that these two men took from vietnam seems to have been so different. hagel took the questioning, the same thing patrick murphy feels, being lied to and feeling anger for knowing you friends died for what you believe to be a lie. >> here's lindsay graham, badgering defense nominee hagel. about his whether the iranian revolutionary guard should be designated terrorist organization. i think this is aimed at south carolina's right wing. let's listen. >> if there was a vote on the floor of the senate this afternoon, to label the iranian revolut
barack obama had to say. to do that today is to risk political death in these days of republican defeat, anger, discontent and downright hatred. joy reid of the grio and michael steele, former chair of the republican national committee. both are msnbc analysts and good ones. is this delay on the hagel vote about playing for time, hoping new information comes out about him? "the new york times" reports anti-hagel groups are hoping for exactly that. quote, leaders of these groups said in interviews they expected their efforts to include more phone calls, urging conservative voters to tell their senators to vote no. new efforts to unearth embarrassing details from mr. hagel's past and potentially a new round of television advertisements pressuring democrats to drop their support for him. michael steele, it used to be a president got his cabinet. >> yep. >> now when you want your own defense chief, you get to get the entire opposition party to the last man and woman voting against it in what i don't even get is one reason. i mean if you ask all those republicans what did they do to filibust
. and the fact of the matter is, so what? >> so in other words, he can't be barack obama's defense chief because he can't agree with the war. president obama and chuck hagel agree on so many things they're actually friends. they have a positive view about the same things in the world. i think the president is sticking his neck out for this guy because he really wants him to be his defense chief that and somebody pointed out to me that mccain said he made the statement back when he was a republican, as if he's no longer a republican because he dares to agree with the guy hiring him to be the defense chief. >> dwight eisenhower wasn't a republican either because he wasn't a hawk. he took the heat for that because he was a guy who knew what's going on with the war. >> you're not officially a republican if you don't want to bomb iran. john mccain put it out there and said, basically, you know what? he was mean to president bush, he criticized the iraq war. his fellow members of the senate thought he was not a fellow republican. that's rich from john mccain who made it hit life's work to oppose him.
obama of energizing them by demonizing barack obama and pushing them to the fringe. >> rove went on fox last night to defend himself and to profess his love for the tea party. what is he up to? he's trying to trash can these people. let's watch. >> i love these groups that are criticizing us saying they're fake conservatives. well, i repeat, we spent $30 million for tea party senate candidates and $25 million. there's no group that comes close to what crossroads has done in terms of financial support for tea party candidates. >> and we believe you. >> the question is not tea party or not, it's a question of whether or not they're a bad candidate or not. >> so what does o'reilly think of these people? o'reilly has an iq. i may disagree with him, but he must be looking at rove like what's your latest stuff here? what are you selling here? >> exactly. he might as well -- karl rove should have written on that whiteboard, i have no principles. karl rove doesn't care what the ideology is. he's just selling a product. remember, he's the guy who described the iraq war as a product and said you
did a great thing in the last few years under barack obama getting them together by demonizing barack obama and went on the fringe. >> he went on fox to defend himself and profess his love to the tea party. trying to trash can these people. let's watch. >> i repeat, we spent $30 million for tea party senate candidates and $25 million, there's no group that comes close to what cross roads has done in terms of financial support for tea party candidates. >> and we believe -- >> the question is not tea party or not. not the question of tea party or not. the question of whether they're a bad candidate or not. >> what does o'reilly think of these people? he must be looking at rove like what's your latest stuff here? what are you selling here? >> exactly. >> he might as well -- karl rove should have written on the white board, i have no principles. karl rove doesn't care what the ideology is. he's just selling a product. he's the guy who described the iraq war as a product and said you don't take a product to market in august. this guy is into power. he's always been into getting power for i
that it was? >> actually no. i thought barack obama was going to win. if you look at the trajectory, it's been growing for two years. and they've always used the far right to do it. they get them all excited over cultural issues. >> it used to be it was a fair game. >> there's not enough of them. >> for every african-american vote, for example, or latino vote more aptly put, you were going to lose a more conservative vote from the southwest. that hasn't been happening. the white has been up a bit and the african-american votes zoomed. >> yeah. part of the problem is, number one, they lost the cities, including the urban city. they're losing urban white voters, and they're losing young voters and part of the problem is them. the messaging they use to gin up their base turns off obviously younger people, turns off women, turns off minorities. this time they really got minorities excited about voting. there was already loyalty to barack obama among african americans, but when you did that, that made that vote solidified, determined to come out as if it was 2008. >> this is the problem they have.
voting. there was already loyalty among americans for barack obama. but when you did that that made that vote solidified determined to come out as if it was 2008. >> this is the problem they have. the leadership, the michael gur sins of the world, god bless them, as joe biden would say, are alienated from those who vote for the people. >> the angry guy out in arizona. >> the town hall meetings. i mean there's a reason why a lot of more centrists are less yahoo republicans did not run for president last time. there was all the crazies and mitt romney, and if you saw the people turning out as we keep playing those clips from the republican debates, the audience was one that they don't care what michael gursin says. they don't care. a lot of this for them is cultural. they want to go back to whatever the good old days were. >> you give advice to a guy like john mccain. yeah, you have to be a little more popular with your state. he's aware of it. here he was. this is what happens when the republican party follows the advice of the thoughtful people like michael gersin. he's a former mav
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